Brittany King
This study used a mental model approach to explore the potential value of racial/ethnic and gender diversity in marine and fisheries science professions from a cognitive deep-level diversity perspective.
A tsunami evacuation sign in a residential neighborhod.
This study calculated how long it may take roads and bridges on Oregon coast to open after and earthquake and tsunami.
Water runs through Stawberry Creek, a small mountain creek with bolders and edged with trees.
Researchers sampled 16 coastal watersheds in Oregon for current-use water-borne herbicides commonly used in forestland vegetation management. Models predicted south coast sites have higher than average herbicide concentrations, which aligns with findings.
An ocean inlet. Rolling hills and homes are on the river. A bridge crosses over it.
This survey investigated Oregonians' perception of the risks and economic benefits of exporting natural gas on the West Coast. It also looks at the role of socio-demographic, political ideology, and place-based factors in shaping these perceptions.
A drawing of women of different ages and races
This study investigates how women and women of color perceive that their social identities (gender, race, and/or ethnicity) influence their experiences in marine, aquatic and fisheries science-related careers.
A child looks at a display of spider drawings in a display with a hand-held microscope.
Researchers analyze the social interactions of families in an interactive exhibition on biodiversity at the Museum of Science and Life (Brazil), and how the presence of human mediation influenced the experience of family visits to the exhibit.